1 She did not return for five months more; five months crammed with greedy accumulation of sounds and colors to take back for the long still days.
2 They have gone on hoping and believing that general education and financial strength would solve the difficulty, and are devoting their energies to the accumulation of both.
3 The greater the accumulation of deceit and trouble in the world, the brighter and the purer shone the star of Dora high above the world.
4 There will be a large accumulation of property.
5 The granite solidity of such and such a celebrated prose is nothing but the accumulation effected by the tyrant.
Les Misérables (V4) By Victor HugoContext Highlight In BOOK 10: CHAPTER II—THE ROOT OF THE MATTER
6 To-night the pressure of accumulated misgivings sent the scale drooping toward despair, and her indifference was the more chilling after the flush of joy into which she had plunged him by dismissing Denis Eady.
7 She opened the three windows, bringing in the smell of oak leaves and earth, but the fresh air could do little toward dispelling the sickening odors which had accumulated for weeks in this close room.
8 Lily sat silent, taking the brunt of it quietly, letting it spend itself on her to the last drop of its accumulated falseness; then, without a word, she rose and went down to her cabin.
9 The sense of weariness returned with accumulated force, and for a moment she felt that she could walk no farther.
10 Carol was touched by his efforts to enjoy picture galleries, and the dogged way in which he accumulated dates and dimensions when they followed monkish guides through missions.
11 It seemed as though, by some nameless, interior volition, he would fain have shocked into them the same fiery emotion accumulated within the Leyden jar of his own magnetic life.
12 His accumulated thought upon such subjects was used to form scenes.
13 Yet the long journey and the accumulated terrors had shaken the hearts of the stoutest among them.
A Study In Scarlet By Arthur Conan DoyleContext Highlight In PART II: CHAPTER II. THE FLOWER OF UTAH
14 By late summer a sufficient store of stone had accumulated, and then the building began, under the superintendence of the pigs.
15 He did not care what happened so long as a good store of stone was accumulated before he went on pension.